this was taken out side of Wickenburg Arizona, some cactus buds starting out. This was actually taken in late January.
A MACRO OF A BUDDED SWEET POTATO
Snowy Egret waiting for dinner.
Dragon fly and its appointment.
A species of Western Blue Butterfly, taking a morning drink of nectar.
Sitting on a friend's deck, surrounded by these flowers and hummingbirds is pure joy!
Saw this hummingbird checking out the sunflower
At 10,000 feet elevation wildflower bloom in early August. This Indian paintbrush group is in prime condition against a backdrop of the peaks of Albein Basin.
Taken June 20, 2010
Early morning hours are generally prime time for shooting any location along the front range of the Tetons, but sometimes opportunities present themselves which require a little extra effort. Previously when the sun was up, of course the wind was...
The bees ran the butterfly off their flower with air attack.
Ruby throat hummingbird in magnolia tree.
A poisonous fairy-tale mushroom photographed below timber while on a hike to California Peak, one of Colorado's 200 highest.
A tiny lake along hwy 88 in the sierras. Located between silver Lake and Caples Lake. great hiking in this area to other small lakes like Frog Lake, lake Winnemucca, Blue Lake, etc.
I was wondering why this water lily was different than the others... as I zoomed in it was very clear to see, A grasshopper having lunch. I sat there as the grasshopper moved around and as you can he was watching me too.
I found this small creek and waterfall while hiking at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. The shot was taken at sunrise.
Overlooking the island of Ko Phi Phi, Thailand.
Honeybees were busy collecting So I snaped off a few shots.
You dont see many anymore and they are smaller than they used to be. I had to take this shot of it on one of many sunflowers I plant.
You dont see many Bumble Bees any more so it caught my eye.
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